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Business Gallery: June 14, 2015 |

Business Gallery: June 14, 2015

| Saturday, June 13, 2015 9:00 p.m
Fox Rothschild LLP elevated attorney Seth I. Corbin, partner.
Ed DePasquale joined Adelphoi as chief financial officer.
Fox Rothschild LLP elevated attorney David J. Garraux to partner.
Mike Litzenburger joined CentiMark Corp. as corporate safety manager.
Fox Rothschild LLP elevated attorney Brienne Terril to partner.


Fox Rothschild LLP elevated attorneys Seth I. Corbin, David J. Garraux and Brienne Terril to partners.


Ed DePasquale joined Adelphoi as chief financial officer.


Mike Litzenburger joined CentiMark Corp. as corporate safety manager.

Stephen Trempus was promoted to co-manager at 84 Lumber Co.’s Raleigh store.

Tim McCarthy, managing partner and founder, Traditions of America, was elected chairman of the National Association of Home Builders’ 50+ Housing Council.


K&L Gates LLP was named the Outstanding Firm for Furthering Women’s Advancement (Recruitment, Retention and Promotion) in the Chambers Women in Law Awards USA 2015.

Highmark Inc. achieved Distinction in Multicultural Health Care from the National Committee for Quality Assurance for its Pennsylvania commercial and Medicare Advantage HMO and PPO products offered through Highmark, its managed care network in Western Pennsylvania, its commercial and Medicare Advantage PPO products in West Virginia and its commercial PPO, HMO and POS products in Delaware.

Echo International was awarded the 2015 President’s ā€œEā€ Award for Excellence in Export Services.


Nancy and Randy Raziwon, of Hempfield, opened Kona Ice, a mobile business serving all of Westmoreland County.

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